.Airush Apex 2015 - aggressive freestyle - freeride
The Apex features a unique configuration combining higher rocker, increased width and the new Venturi Concave. This gives a ride that suits from intermediate to advanced aggressive riders, while remaining easy to use and comfortable at speed.
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// Higher rocker / Wide Planform design
// Venturi Bottom Shape for Control and Speed
// Asymmetrical Board Design
// M6 Metric Screws
// AFT Strap System Included
132X40 ; 135X41 ; 138X42CM
Ships complete with AFT Team bindings and is compatible with most modern bindings with a 6 inch spread..
AFT Team Bindings - Shipped as standard with the Livewire
The AFT Team combines dual Velcro closure, and integrated molde d EVA arms with the legendary AFT Footbed. This provides the perfect balance of comfort and support needed for those endless sessions. The new footstrap component allows riders to quickly adjust the strap, while the double Velcro closure customizes the tension of the front and back of the strap, working in conjunction with the Dual Foam System to adjust to different foot shapes. The refined pad grooving increases the locked in feel of the pad, allowing the foot to centre naturally and improve rider response of the front and back of the strap, working in conjunction with the Dual Foam System to adjust to different foot shapes.
- AFT Fastening Block
- AFT Auto Locking System
- Easy two part system for board attaching
- Stainless Steal strap fasteners for secure riding
- Dual Velcro strap for even adjustment
- AFT TEAM: features ‘d3o’ shock pads
Selecting the right size and stance is extremely important to maximize the performance of your board. If you are riding predominantly boots, it is recommended to use one size up from your normal strapped board. Example: If you use a 135 strap, use a 138 for boots. This will give you the best combination of a stable platform for pop and landings as well as upwind abilities.
Choosing the stance is just as important as selecting the proper size of your board. The width of your stance should be slightly wider than your shoulder width apart. For those who want a lower center of gravity for greater stability on harder landings, a wider stance would be ideal.